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Some individuals with white lines, as shown in Figures 10 and 12, while others (Figs 11, 13, 14) remaining white-spotted, except for rings around eyes and gill openings; others developing reticular pattern (Figs 15 and 16) or a mainly linear pattern (Fig.
In patients with pathologically proven CMV pneumonia, CXRs usually show bilateral, reticular, interstitial disease that classically begins in the periphery of the lower lobes and spreads centrally and superiorly, as seen in 3 of our patients.
Compared with those grinding stones used for processing cereals in our reference collection, Shigu and Egou slabs have less polish development and fewer striations, but most have some later stages of polish with a reticular pattern developing, as is the case on Australian sandstone seed grinding stones (Figure 3).
Hypocretinergic neurons also send projections into brainstem areas that control various aspects of wake and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep (the locus ceruleus, raphe nuclei and reticular formation).
Cabe notar que a opcao iconica reticular na construcao verbal de "go.
capsulatum fue identificado con la coloracion de rutina (HyE) en el interior de los macrofagos (Figura 2), asi como en el espacio intersticial, principalmente de la zona reticular de la corteza.
Abundance of fine reticular fibres arranged linearly in the granulation tissue of sheath adjacent to tendon and around the capillaries (Fig.
This condition is also known as 'stiff baby syndrome' or 'startle disease' Hyperekplexia can present in major and minor forms and is caused by a mutation in chromosome 5 which results in a defect in the [alpha]-1 subunit of the inhibitory glycine receptors in the caudal pontine reticular formation leading to neuronal hyperexcitability.
1 mg/dL, radiographic pulmonary diffuse reticular pattern, arterial p[O.
But Mike Finnigan, of Advance Performance, said: "If you think about January 21 as Blue Monday, then the part of the brain known as the reticular deactivating system will immediately begin to focus on things that arise during the day.
But Mike Finnigan, of corporate and personal development company Advance Performance, which specialises in human behaviour, said: "If you think about January 21 as 'Blue Monday' then the part of the brain known as the reticular deactivating system will immediately begin to focus on things that arise during the day.